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Fishy Fest at Heal the Bay Aquarium
October 26, 2019 @ 12:30 pm - 5:00 pm
An event every day that begins at 12:30 pm, repeating until October 27, 2019
Get in the spirit of the season at Fishy Fest, and celebrate Halloween and Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) at Heal the Bay Aquarium. The Aquarium, located beach level of the Santa Monica Pier, has fun, family-friendly activities planned for the weekend.
Visit our Dorothy Green Room for our new, expanded deep sea experience, tip toe (if you dare!) through our bioluminescence lab and create Día de los Muertos crafts and masks.
All ghosts and goblins are invited to join a 3pm costume parade on Sunday (Oct. 27). Stepping off in front of the Aquarium, the procession will make its way along the Pier to trick-or-treat from Pier businesses.
Schedule of events:
Saturday, Oct. 26 @ 2pm: Scary Story Time
Sunday, Oct. 27 @ 3pm: Santa Monica Pier Costume Parade & Trick-or-Treat
Sunday, Oct. 27 @ 3:30pm: Sunday Shark Feeding Presentation
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